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Home Remedies for Arthritis Sep 14, 2019

There are many home remedies to treat arthritis. Some are very simple, such as herbs, medications or exercises, while others involve doctors and therapists to help. View Full Article...

How to Make Knees Stronger Sep 08, 2019

Wondering how to make knees stronger? From working out to making healthy lifestyle changes, you will be able to benefit not only your knees, but your body's overall health. View Full Article...

Diseases and Disorders of the Skeletal System Aug 18, 2019

Our system constantly undergoes breakdown and rebuilding. Learn more about diseases and conditions of the skeletal system for earlier detection and treatment. View Full Article...

Dislocated Shoulder Aug 13, 2019

Dislocated shoulder can happen during sports or when you fall, see your doctor immediately and do not try to prop it back by yourself as you may worsen the condition. View Full Article...

Polyarthralgia Aug 04, 2019

Polyarthralgia is characterized by chronic pain in more than one joint in the body but hard to be diagnosed. Check this article to see if you may have signs of polyarthralgia and what to do with it. View Full Article...

How to Manage Tailbone Pain When Sitting May 11, 2019

Usually tailbone pain when sitting is not serious. You can use home remedies and take OTC medications to improve your condition. Surgery may be required in certain cases though. View Full Article...

Why does the Bottom of My Foot Hurt when Walking? Feb 05, 2018

Foot pain can cause even walking difficulty and should be managed immediately. Why does the bottom of your foot hurt when walking? Learn the answer here. View Full Article...

How to Shorten Finger Laceration Healing Time Feb 06, 2017

A finger laceration healing time depends on many factors, like the size of the cut and age. Self-care measures usually work fine, but see your doctor if the bleeding persists. View Full Article...

Exercises for Tennis Elbow Jul 18, 2016

Exercises for tennis elbow can accelerate recovery, but you should perform these 10 exercises right and see a physical therapist if your symptoms become worse over time. View Full Article...

Seronegative Rheumatoid Arthritis Dec 02, 2015

Seronegative rheumatoid arthritis means that the blood test for testing antibodies turns out negative but the patient still has seropositive RA symptoms, but usually less severe. View Full Article...

 
 
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